This week I was asked:
Just wondering, what SEO tools are you using in 2013 and are you using any specific tools to analysis backlink profiles?
Great question. Below I’ve listed all the tools in my armoury at present.
As I’ve blogged about time and time again, content really is king when it comes to SEO, in the Q&A, Chris shares lots of helpful tips, resources and advice around copywriting and all things content.
Hi Chris, thanks for doing this interview, tell us a little about yourself and how you got into all things content writing and B2B / B2C copywriting?
Hi Dave, thanks for the opportunity.
So, a bit about me… I’ve been writing professionally for the best part of 20 years now. First as an Editorial Consultant for Drain Trader Magazine – as featured on a very early edition of Have I Got News For You; then as a freelance copywriter. I was enticed out of freelancing by a role as Senior Copywriter at a big copywriting agency in Nottingham.
With 2013 just around the corner, your probably starting to think about your digital marketing strategy for the next 12 months.
You may be asking yourself:
This week’s SEO question is…
I’m going to see an SEO agency shortly about working with them, what they’ve presented me in a report looks really good but what should I be asking them about there SEO and digital marketing services?
Brilliant, first and foremost, you need to make them work, challenge everything! As an SEO, there is nothing better than explaining the process, talking about the latest developments in SEO and working with someone that’s understands digital marketing.
This weeks SEO question is:
“What are doorway pages and do they help or hurt SEO?”
In light of the Panda and Penguin updates over the past 18 months, this is a great question.
Wikipedia defines a doorway page as:
I was recently asked, does it matter if I don’t use www and are there any benefits from a search engine optimisation point-of-view?
To be completely honest, I would say no, but there are a few things to consider when choosing to have the www vs. non-www.